Tipong Pinoy

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Tipong Pinoy (transl.Pinoy Type) is a Philippine television informative show broadcast by GMA Network. It was produced by the National Commission for Culture and the Arts (NCCA).


It is a 30-minute youth-orientated magazine-style show which features different aspects of both traditional and contemporary Filipino culture such as food, pop culture, beliefs and arts. Wency Cornejo and the late Susan Calo-Medina were the show's presenters.

Reruns of Tipong Pinoy are currently aired on the Knowledge Channel. It was formerly aired on IBC and The Mabuhay Channel.


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